We acknowledge that the land on which we gather is the traditional territory of the Haudenosaunee & Anishinaabe. This territory is covered by the Upper Canada Treaties, and is directly adjacent to Haldimand Treaty Territory.
We are a medium size parish that is committed to following Christ. St. Alban's is known as a friendly, welcoming community where newcomers feel valued & people feel engaged.
The Rev. F.C. Piper, of St. Luke's Church in Smithville, began ministering to the Beamsville community in 1886. The church building was erected in 1889. Between 1901 and 1908 Beamsville was united with St. John's Church, Winona. Later on the connection to Smithville was re-established
Bishop Susan Bell has been sketching the outlines of a new vision over the past 12 months and invites you to infuse this outline with the colours and shapes of the Spirit at work in all our lives!
Plan to participate in one of the following inclusive gatherings to share your hopes, aspirations and dreams for renewal and mission in your parish and the diocese.
- May 28; 7:00pm at Transfiguration, St. Catharines (320 Glenridge Avenue, St. Catharines L2T 3K7)
- May 29; 7:00pm at All Saints Lutheran Anglican, Guelph (210 Silvercreek Parkway North, Guelph N1H 7P8)
- June 3; 7:00pm at Christ's Church Cathedral, Hamilton (252 James Street North, Hamilton L8R 2L3)
This open forum discernment process is for everyone who wants to give voice to their thoughts and experiences, and to listen as others share their perspectives.
Please keep our diocese in your prayers as we undertake this discernment and planning process culminating in a Mission Action Plan presentation to synod in November.
The Anglican Foundation of Canada was established in 1957 to encourage and support ministry within the Anglican Church of Canada where the need was greatest. The Foundation has provided support through loans and grants for a vast array of infrastructure projects, such as church and rectory renovations, washroom and kitchen installations, and accessibility improvements. The Foundation’s funding program also supports theological education and innovative ministry projects. In 2017, the Anglican Foundation celebrated 60 years of supporting ministry in the Canadian Church. There are twelve board directors from across the country who make decisions regarding grants, exercise financial oversight, and set the strategic direction. The board is chaired by the Most Rev. Fred Hiltz, Primate of the Anglican Church of Canada, and the day-to-day operations are managed by Executive Director Judy Rois. Mission The Anglican Foundation of Canada seeks to foster Anglican presence by providing abundant resources for innovative ministry and diverse infrastructure projects and theological formation throughout the Canadian church
We would love to see you, so feel free to visit one of our services. Click above on "About Us" for more information on times & days.
4341 Ontario Street Beamsville, Ontario, L0R 1B0.